2013–14 DFB-Pokal (women)

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2013–14 Frauen DFB-Pokal
Country Germany Germany
Champions 1. FFC Frankfurt
Runners-up SGS Essen
Matches played 55
Goals scored 272 (4.95 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Isabelle Meyer
(7 goals)

The DFB-Pokal 2013–14 was the 34th season of the cup competition, Germany's second-most important title in women's football.

Participating clubs[edit]

The following teams qualified for the DFB-Pokal:

BUNDESLIGA
all clubs of 2012–13
2. BUNDESLIGA
19 of 24 clubs of 2012–13[n 1]
REGIONALLIGA
4 of 5 clubs promoted in 2012–13
REGIONAL CUPS
Winners of 2012–13 (with league level)

Bayer Leverkusen
BV Cloppenburg
FC Bayern Munich
FCR 2001 Duisburg
SGS Essen
1. FFC Frankfurt
SC Freiburg
1899 Hoffenheim
FF USV Jena
VfL Sindelfingen
1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
VfL Wolfsburg

FC Viktoria 1889 Berlin
FFV Leipzig
FSV Gütersloh 2009
Herforder SV
Holstein Kiel
Magdeburger FFC
Blau-Weiß Hohen Neuendorf
SV Meppen
Werder Bremen
1. FC Lübars
ETSV Würzburg
SC Sand
SC 07 Bad Neuenahr
SV 67 Weinberg
TSV Crailsheim
TuS Wörrstadt
VfL Bochum
1. FC Köln
1. FC Saarbrücken
1. FFC 08 Niederkirchen

FC Viktoria 1889 Berlin
VfL Bochum
SV 67 Weinberg
TuS Wörrstadt

Baden: Karlsruher SC (III)
Bayern: FFC Wacker München (III)R
Berlin: BSC Marzahn (III)R
Brandenburg: Potsdamer Kickers (V)
Bremen: ATS Buntentor (IV)
Hamburg: FC Bergedorf 85 (III)
Hessen: Eintracht Frankfurt (III)
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern: 1. FC Neubrandenburg 04 (III)
Mittelrhein: SC Fortuna Köln (IV)
Niederrhein: GSV Moers (III)
Niedersachsen: TSG Burg Gretesch (III)R
Rheinland: TuS Issel (III)R
Saarland: FSV Viktoria Jägersburg (III)
Sachsen: 1. FFC Fortuna Dresden-Rähnitz (III)
Sachsen-Anhalt: Hallescher FC (III)
Schleswig-Holstein: SV Henstedt-Ulzburg (IV)
Südbaden: Hegauer FV (III)
Südwest: TSV Schott Mainz (IV)
Thüringen: 1. FFV Erfurt (III)
Westfalen: Sportfreunde Siegen (III)R
Württemberg: TV Derendingen (IV)

  1. ^ Being second teams FCR 2001 Duisburg II, FFC Frankfurt II, Jena II, Bayern Munich II, and Turbine Potsdam II may not compete in the cup.
R. As runner-ups, winner already qualified.

Results[edit]

First Round[edit]

The draw for the first round was held on 12 July 2013. The eight best clubs of the previous Bundesliga season were awarded byes for the first round.[1] As in previous years, the first round is drawn in northern and a southern group separately.

31 August
1. FC Neubrandenburg 04 0 – 11 FF USV Jena
SV Bardenbach 0 – 13 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
Holstein Kiel 2 – 4 Herforder SV
Eintracht Frankfurt 0 – 4 1. FFC Niederkirchen
GSV 1910 Moers 1 – 0 TuS Wörrstadt
Karlsruher SC 3 – 6 VfL Bochum
TV Derendingen 0 – 4 1. FC Köln
FSV Viktoria Jägersburg 2 – 2 (5 - 6p) ETSV Würzburg
1 September 2013
1. FFC Fortuna Dresden Rähnitz 0 – 4 BV Cloppenburg
FFC Wacker München 1 – 4 SC 07 Bad Neuenahr
SC Fortuna Köln 0 – 1 (a.e.t.) VfL Sindelfingen
FFC Oldesloe 0 – 10 SV Meppen
Hallescher FC 0 – 4 FSV Gütersloh
FC Bergedorf 0 – 1 (a.e.t.) SV BW Hohen Neuendorf
SV Henstedt-Ulzburg 2 – 3 (a.e.t.) 1. FC Lübars
1. FFV Erfurt 2 – 3 Magdeburger FFC
1. FFC Recklinghausen 1 – 14 Werder Bremen
ATS Buntentor 1 – 5 FFV Leipzig
BSC Marzahn 0 – 3 TSG Burg Gretesch
Hegauer FV 1 – 3 SV Weinberg
SF Siegen 0 – 9 SC Sand
TSV Schott Mainz 2 – 4 TSV Crailsheim
Potsdamer Kickers 94 2 – 5 FC Viktoria 89 Berlin
TuS Issel 0 – 4 1. FC Saarbrücken

Second Round[edit]

24 winners of the previous round join eight clubs with a bye in the first round. Draw was held on 8 September with a northern and southern section separately.[2]

28 September
TSG Burg Gretesch 1 – 9 VfL Wolfsburg
BV Cloppenburg 6 – 0 Magdeburger FFC
FC Viktoria 89 Berlin 0 – 2 SV Meppen
FCR 2001 Duisburg 6 – 0 Blau-Weiß Hohen Neuendorf
GSV 1910 Moers 0 – 9 Bayer Leverkusen
SC Freiburg 3 – 1 VfL Sindelfingen
1. FC Saarbrücken 3 – 0 1. FFC 08 Niederkirchen
1. FC Köln 2 – 0 1899 Hoffenheim
29 September 2013
SGS Essen 3 – 2 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
FSV Gütersloh 2009 1 – 4 FF USV Jena
1. FC Lübars 1 – 2 Werder Bremen
Herforder SV 0 – 0 (4 - 5p) FFV Leipzig
SC 07 Bad Neuenahr 0 – 5 1. FFC Frankfurt
ETSV Würzburg 0 – 4 SC Sand
VfL Bochum 3 – 1 (a.e.t.) SV Weinberg
TSV Crailsheim 0 – 7 FC Bayern Munich

Round of 16[edit]

Draw was held on 5 October.[3]

16 November 2013
1. FFC Frankfurt 1 – 0 VfL Wolfsburg
1. FC Köln 2 – 0 FC Bayern Munich
17 November 2013
SC Sand 6 – 0 FCR 2001 Duisburg
SC Freiburg 7 – 0 FFV Leipzig
Werder Bremen 3 – 1 VfL Bochum
Bayer Leverkusen 1 – 2 BV Cloppenburg
SGS Essen 4 – 2 1. FC Saarbrücken
SV Meppen 1 – 2 FF USV Jena

Quarterfinals[edit]

Three teams from the second league remain. The draw was held on 19 November 2013.

15 December 2013
SC Freiburg 1 – 0 BV Cloppenburg
Werder Bremen 0 – 8 1. FFC Frankfurt
FF USV Jena 0 – 2 SC Sand
SGS Essen 5 – 2 1. FC Köln

Semifinals[edit]

Sand was still representing the second Bundesliga, leading it at the time of draw.[4]

12 April 2014
SC Freiburg 0–1 a.e.t. SGS Essen
13 April 2014
1. FFC Frankfurt 2–0 SC Sand

Final[edit]

The final was played on 17 May 2014 in Köln. Essen reached the final for the first time in their club history.[5]

17 May 2014
16:30
SGS Essen 0–3 1. FFC Frankfurt
Report Ando Goal 3'
Kuznik Goal 28'
Laudehr Goal 36'
RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne
Attendance: 16,621
Referee: Marina Wozniak (Herne)
Essen
Frankfurt
GK 1 Germany Lisa Weiß (c)
RB 16 Germany Jacqueline Klasen
CB 2 Netherlands Dominique Janssen Substituted off 46'
CB 6 Germany Vanessa Martini Substituted off 65'
LB 11 Germany Irini Ioannidou
CM 23 Germany Sara Doorsoun-Khajeh
CM 21 Germany Ina Mester
RW 7 Germany Sarah Freutel Substituted off 77'
AM 10 Germany Linda Dallmann
LW 5 Germany Sabrina Dörpinghaus
CF 13 Germany Charline Hartmann
Substitutions:
GK 20 Germany Kari Närdemann
MF 4 Germany Christina Dierkes
MF 14 Kosovo Geldona Morina
MF 18 Germany Lena Ostermeier
FW 24 Germany Lea Schüller Substituted in 77'
FW 8 Germany Madeline Gier Substituted in 65'
FW 9 Germany Isabelle Wolf Substituted in 46'
Manager:
Germany Markus Högner
GK 1 Germany Desirée Schumann
RB 23 Germany Bianca Schmidt
CB 27 Germany Peggy Kuznik Booked 83'
CB 25 Germany Saskia Bartusiak
LB 11 Germany Simone Laudehr
RM 18 Germany Kerstin Garefrekes (c)
CM 7 Germany Melanie Behringer
CM 10 Germany Dzsenifer Marozsán Substituted off 88'
LM 21 Switzerland Ana-Maria Crnogorčević
CF 14 Japan Kozue Ando Substituted off 90'
CF 19 Germany Fatmire Bajramaj Substituted off 81'
Substitutions:
GK 31 Germany Anke Preuß
DF 2 Mexico Alina Garciamendez Substituted in 88'
DF 4 Germany Babett Peter
DF 12 Germany Meike Weber Substituted in 81'
MF 15 Germany Svenja Huth
MF 24 Japan Asuna Tanaka Substituted in 90'
FW 17 Germany Jessica Wich
Manager:
England Colin Bell

Assistant referees:
Sandra Föhrdes
Annika Paszehr

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals
1 Switzerland Isabelle Meyer SC Sand 7
2 Germany Kerstin Garefrekes 1. FFC Frankfurt 6
Germany Stephanie Goddard Werder Bremen
4 Germany Theresa Panfil Bayer Leverkusen 5
5 New Zealand Amber Hearn FF USV Jena 4
Croatia Iva Landeka FF USV Jena
Italy Ilaria Mauro SC Sand
Germany Christine Veth SC Sand
Germany Maren Wallenhorst Werder Bremen
Poland Agnieszka Winczo BV Cloppenburg

References[edit]

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